Integrated Clinical Endodontics

MASTER CLINICIAN PROGRAM (3 Months course)

MONDAY to FRIDAY (9.30am to 4.00pm)


Basics

⇒ 1. Pulp dentin complex

⇒ 2. Anatomy of tooth and root

⇒ 3. Pathway of Pulpal infection and Endodontic microbiology

⇒ 4. Pulp and Periapical pathalogy

⇒ 5. Sterilization and Disinfection

⇒ 6. Blood and nerve supply to head and neck

⇒ 7. Pharmacology of local anesthesia and nerve block in endodontics

⇒ 8. CBCT in endodontics


DIAGNOSIS

⇒ 1. Diagnosis and Treatment planning

⇒ 2. Management of Pain in Endodontics

⇒ 3. Diagnostic aids in Endodontics

⇒ 4. Endodontic instruments and Standardization

⇒ 5. Isolation with rubber dam

BASIC Endodontics

⇒ 1. Access opening of individual tooth

⇒ 2. Working Length Determination

⇒ 3. Cleaning and Shaping and Instrumentation

⇒ 4. Irrigation and Clinical methods/Sequence of Irrigation

⇒ 5. Intracanal Medicaments

⇒ 6. Protaper Hand Instruments and Instrumentation Techniques

⇒7. Obturation Techniques


CLINICAL MANAGEMENT

⇒ 1. Traumatic injuries and Clinical Management

⇒ 2. Management of Resorption

⇒ 3. Geriatric Endodontics

⇒ 4. Procedural errors and its Management


PROPERTY OF FILES

⇒ 1. NiTi Alloy and its properties

⇒ 2. Principles of NiTi rotary files

ADVANCED Endodontics

⇒ 1. Apexification and Apexogenisis

⇒ 2. Pediartic Endodontics

⇒ 3. Endo-Perio lesion

⇒ 4. Single Visit Endodontics

⇒ 5. Advanced Obturation Technique

⇒ 6. Retreatment

⇒ 7. Surgical Endodontics

⇒ 8. Magnification in Endodontics (Loupes and DOM)


POST AND CORE


⇒ 1. Access Filling and Core Build up

⇒ 2. Post and core and Endocrowns



MANAGEMENT OF RCT

⇒ 1. Perforation in Endodontics and its management

⇒ 2. Breakage of files and its management and Retrieval of broken instrument

⇒ 3. Use of MTA in Endodontics

⇒ 4. Emergency in Endodontics

⇒ 5. Sinus Tract

⇒ 6. Root Caries Management

⇒ 7. Non Vital Tooth Management and Vitality test

⇒ 8. RTA in Endodontics

⇒ 9. Pediartic Endodontics

⇒ 10. Rationale of Endodontics

⇒ 11. Secondary apical periodontities

⇒ 12. LASER ENDODONTICS

⇒ 13. Endomicro

SHORT TERM ENDODONTIC COURSE

Weekend Course

  SATURDAY:   2.00pm to 6.00pm

  SUNDAY:     10.00am to 5.00pm

  • MODULE-1 (BASICS)

    1. Pulp dentin complex
    2. Anatomy of tooth and root
    3. Pathway of Pulpal infection and Endodontic microbiology
    4. Pulp and Periapical pathalogy
    5. Sterilization and Disinfection
    6. Blood and nerve supply to head and neck
    7. Pharmacology of local anesthesia and nerve block in endodontics
    8. CBCT in endodontics
  • MODULE-2 (DIAGNOSIS)

    1. Diagnosis and Treatment planning
    2. Management of Pain in Endodontics
    3. Diagnostic aids in Endodontics
    4. Endodontic instruments and Standardization
    5. Isolation with rubber dam
  • MODULE-3 (BASIC ENDODONTICS)

    1. Access opening of individual tooth
    2. Working Length Determination
    3. Cleaning and Shaping and Instrumentation
    4. Irrigation and Clinical methods/Sequence of Irrigation
    5. Intracanal Medicaments
    6. Protaper Hand Instruments and Instrumentation Techniques
    7. Obturation Techniques
  • MODULE-4 (CLINICAL MANAGEMENT)

    1. Traumatic injuries and Clinical Management
    2. Management of Resorption
    3. Geriatric Endodontics
    4. Procedural errors and its Management
  • MODULE-5 (PROPERTY OF FILES)

    1. NiTi Alloy and its properties
    2. Principles of NiTi rotary files
    3. Endo-Perio lesion
  • MODULE-6 (ADVANCED ENDODONTIC)

    1. Single visit endodontics
    2. Advanced obturation techniques
    3. Retreatment
    4. Surgical endodontics
    5. Magnification in endodontics(loupes and DOM)
  • MODULE-7 (POST AND CORE)

    1. Access filling and core build up
    2. Post and core
  • MODULE-8

    1. Tooth preparation for cast crown, PFM crown and all ceramic crowns on dyphodont as well individual participants do the tooth preparation on patients
    2. Impression matrials and impression techniques and tissue retraction
    3. Temporization
    4. Cementation of crown